When most people think of Fox News, they think of people like Sean Hannity or Bill O’Reilly. And rightfully so. They’re undoubtedly two of the biggest faces on the network. And while both are certifiable right-wing pricks, neither tick me off nearly as much as Eric Bolling and Greg Gutfeld.
They’re easily two of the most juvenile mainstream media figures that I know of. Whenever I hear these two clowns speak, it takes me back to my high school days dealing with “meathead jocks” who played alongside me on the football team. They’re like the Beavis and Butthead of cable news – except at least Beavis and Butthead were actually funny.
Their latest example of disgusting immaturity and idiocy came on Wednesday when the two apparently tried to be funny by mocking a female pilot who flew Syrian airstrikes.
Major Mariam Al Mansouri, the first female pilot for the United Arab Emirates, led the UAE’s airstrikes in Syria on Monday.
A feat which is amazing for a female in the Middle East. Especially when you consider that in several Middle Eastern countries women are still treated like second class citizens, sometimes not even being allowed to drive. Let alone lead military bombing strikes.
First Greg Gutfeld said, “Problem is, after she bombed it, she couldn’t park it.”
But as moronic of a comment as that was, it was nothing compared to the repulsive sexist remark that came next.
“Would that be considered boobs on the ground?,” Bolling responded.
Classy, aren’t they?
Instead of simply praising the fact that a woman led a bombing mission from an area of the world where women are often treated more like animals than human beings, these two jackasses decided to mock her gender with these pathetic sexist comments.
Then again, this is Fox News. The network where four of their female hosts, on a show geared toward a female audience, defended the public sexual harassment of women.
Honestly I don’t think there’s a day that goes by where I don’t see something on Fox News that makes me absolutely ashamed that tens of millions of Americans take that network seriously.
Watch the segment below via Fox News: